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seising

[see-zing] /ˈsi zɪŋ/
noun, Chiefly Law.
1.

seise

[seez] /siz/
verb (used with or without object), seised, seising.
1.
Chiefly Law. seize.
Related forms
seisable, adjective
seiser, noun
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seise

/siːz/
verb
1.
to put into legal possession of (property, etc)
Derived Forms
seisable, adjective
seiser, noun
Word Origin
variant of seize
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